Louis Chenevert is a famous entrepreneur based in Canada. He worked as the CEO of the United Technologies Corporation. At the company, he served as the CEO for years. Chenevert was the eighth CEO of the firm. United Technologies Corporation (UTC) has thrived in the manufacturing sector and managed to stay in the front row at the edge of innovations despite high competition from other manufacturing companies. The company majorly deals in assembling the most epic jet engines in the world for both commercial and military use. It also operates with Otis, one of the biggest manufacturers that deals with elevators and escalators, company located in Farmington. One of the company’s plants located in Stratford produces many helicopters than any other plant in the USA. Since Louis joined the UTC, he incredibly ran the business to ensure its success. He managed to grow the company’s share price from $37 to $117.
Louis was born and raised in Quebec. He attained his postgraduate degree in production management from the University Of Montreal School Of Business. Louis Chenevert first worked at the General Motors Company for fourteen years. He, later on, served as the president of the Pratt and Whitney since 1999 where he worked for six years. In 2010, he took the role of the chief executive officer of the United Technologies Corporation in 2010, where he served diligently to ensure its growth and maintained its standards. Louis also served as the vice chairman of the Executive committee of the Business Council for one year (2011- 2012). In September 2015, he worked at Goldman Sach where he worked as an advisor in the Merchant Banking Division.
Louis was recognized as the person of the year in 2011. Additionally, he was recognized by the HEC Montreal and was given an honorary doctorate. He dedicated himself and worked tirelessly to ensure UTC Company’s success and growth. The United Technologies Corporation under the leadership of Louis was recognized with the best humanitarian award for its Green shot projects which involves with volunteer projects to fund primary schools facilities to ensure sustainable and quality education for children. The project has helped more than 20,000 children in primary schools across Asia.